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Where the biggest beer, wine, and liquor drinkers live in the U.S.(July 30) - America's thirst for alcohol might know no boundaries, but certain parts of the country do seem especially parched. No state handles its alcohol quite like New Hampshire, according to per capita consumption data shared by the Beer Institute. The libertarian New England state guzzles down more booze per person—some 40.8 gallons per year—than any other U.S. state, by The Beer Institute's estimates. In fact, it's not even all that close. Next in line are North Dakota, Montana, Nevada, and Vermont, which sip on just under 35, 34, 33, and 32 gallons per person, per year, respectively. Complete Story
      

      
Craft beer brewing grows in mid-Michigan(July 30) - Michigan’s craft beer industry is growing at such a fast rate that even industry leaders can’t keep up with all of the action. That pace is anticipated in Livingston County, given Brewery Becker’s recent opening in Brighton, the ongoing build-out of a pending new establishment in Genoa Township and plans to covert a Howell restaurant into a craft beer headquarters, according to the Livingston County Daily Press & Argus. Complete Story

Brooklyn Brewery eyes Staten Island for big new plant(July 28) - The Brooklyn Brewery is hoping to build a $70 million, 200,000 square-foot facility on the western shore of Staten Island. The new manufacturing center would allow the brewer to produce more suds for sale in overseas markets, according to a draft progress report tracking various large-scale projects penned by the New York City Regional Economic Development Council, an advisory board that is working with the brewer to locate a suitable site. Complete Story

Craft Breweries Scale Up But Keep It Real(July 28) - Craft Breweries Scale Up But Keep It Real(July 28) - IF WE KNOW a craft beer when we see one, we have Sierra Nevada to thank. From the squat brown bottles with labels depicting sylvan scenes to the bitter-pine and citrus flavors of West Coast hops, this pioneering brewery in California's Central Valley set the tone. These days, though Sierra's bottles are still stubby, they whir down the line thousands at a time. Sixty-foot-tall fermenters frame the namesake mountains. And on Aug. 3, a $110 million brewery will open in Mills River, N.C., 2,500 miles from those peaks. Complete Story

Newest Brewery In Duluth, MN Is Serving Up Craft Ciders(July 28) - Downtown Duluth has a new brewery for visitors to enjoy and it doesn’t just serve up beer. Endion Station Bar and Grill opened this weekend in Canal Park. While it’s the fifth brewery owned by Fitger’s Brewery, it’s the city’s first cider house. Complete Story
 
Craft Brewers: 3 Tips on How to Ship Your Alcohol Across State Lines(July 26) - While the West Coast and Northeast regions of the country are traditionally known to have more craft breweries, all 50 states have at least three or more brewers, The New Yorker found. For the beer aficionados out there – or lovers of any craft alcohol for that matter – a road trip may result in a few cases of foreign product in the back of your automobile. However, if taste and desire trump the distance covered, a vacationer may want to advise these tips prior to shipping excess booze across state lines. Complete Story
 
Yalobusha Brewing arrives in New Orleans with a series of launch parties(July 26) - The latest set of Mississippi craft beers to flow into Louisiana hail from Water Valley, a "very small country town" with a population of about 3,000, according to Yalobusha Brewing owner Andy O'Bryan. Yalobusha beer started arriving in New Orleans this week, with about a dozen local restaurants and bars offering the new brews on tap. Complete Story
 
Business banker explains how to take your craft brewery to the next level(July 26) - And while the nation’s appetite for better beer still has plenty of room for growth — it could still easily double — the competition is heating up and only the strong will survive, says Bank of America Merrill Lynch Senior Client Manager David Hummel. Hummel works with financing for breweries in the Southwest Ohio area and shared some thoughts on challenges breweries face in making it in the Midwest. Complete Story

Columbus, Ohio keeps stirring the pot for Stone Brewing(July 26) - There’s a buzz going on in Columbus, and it has nothing and everything to do with Stone Brewing. It’s not the alcohol in Stone’s craft suds that has the city swooning, but the possibility that its $31 million East Coast brewery might land in the heart of Ohio. Stone confirmed that it has narrowed its list of candidates to “about a half-dozen locations that seem very well-suited for our operations.” Complete Story
  
Christmas in July at Mispillion River Brewing(July 25) - Get out your Beach Boys' Christmas album for the drive to Milford this Saturday, where Christmas in July is arriving in a big sleigh full of brews. Mispillion River Brewing (255 Mullett Run St., Milford,DE) will celebrate the faux holiday at 10 a.m. Saturday with a VIP Beer Breakfast with Santa. Complete Story

Denizens Brewing Co. opens in Silver Spring with its Southside Rye IPA on tap(July 25) - Silver Spring has a new brew in town, and a new brewery, too. Denizens Brewing Co. opened last week with one house beer on tap: the Southside Rye IPA. Named after the brewery’s South Silver Spring home, the beer pours an amber color with a thick head. Though hoppy and slightly bitter, with notes of grapefruit and pine, this is no hop bomb. At 7.2 percent, it’s fairly easy to drink for an IPA, even if it gets sticky by the end. Complete Story
  
LauderAle brewery opens in South Florida(July 25) - It's not clear whether it was Kyle Jones or Joey Farrell who blurted out over a couple of beers, "How cool would it be to own a brewery?" "We disagree on who came up with what," Farrell said. Either way, their eyes lit up at the idea. The next day, they ordered a home brewing kit online and began making beer for the first time. Complete Story
 
Greensboro out of the running for a new Stone Brewery location(July 25) - Stone Brewery has eliminated North and South Carolina from consideration as possible locations for a big time brewery, meaning Greensboro is out of the question. Mayor Nancy Vaughan confirmed Friday that the brewery will not be opening a location in Greensboro. Complete Story
 
History Channel bringing Dark Horse Brewing in Marshall to television with 'Dark Horse Nation'(July 24) - One of Michigan's most popular microbreweries is coming to televisions all across the country. The History Channel will air "Dark Horse Nation," a reality show that will detail the day-to-day lives of the operators of Dark Horse Brewing Co. in Marshall. The series debut is scheduled to air at 10 p.m. Tuesday, July 29, on the History Channel. Complete Story

River Rat Brewery Begins Bottling Beer(July 24) - Since their launch in February, a plan has been brewing to get River Rat beer--the Columbia brewed beverage--in more than just a glass or keg. After installing three new fermenters, brewmaster Drew Walker's team had enough beer to begin bottling on July 11th. "Everywhere that we've been that carries us in draft, they wanted us in bottles as well," said Walker. "So there was always a demand from the get-go." Complete Story

Largo brewery celebrates anniversary(July 24) - The second anniversary of the Barley Mow Brewing Company July 19 was a testament to the success of a business with humble beginnings, at a time when the business is expanding. Complete Story

Stone Brewing Announces $25 Million Berlin Brewery(July 21) - The country’s tenth largest craft brewery, Stone Brewing Co., today announced plans to build a new $25 million brewery in Berlin. The San Diego-based craft brewery said it plans to open a production brewery and “expansive destination restaurant” in Germany’s capital city by early 2016. Complete Story
 
America’s Top Ten Emerging Beer Towns(July 21) - As of sometime in 2010, every state in the US contains a brewery. From barely a dozen craft breweries in 1983, America now boasts over THREE THOUSAND…and while we all know that a saturation point is possible and probably even inevitable, opening a small brewery – with realistic expectations – remains one of the smartest ways, as long as you have some talent for it, to make a living. Complete Story

Chicago is Lagunitas Brewing’s kind of town(July 21) - Tony Magee, founder and CEO of Lagunitas Brewing Company, is returning to sweet home Chicago. Magee recently cut the ribbon on a 300,000-square-foot brew house and tap room in Chicago's Douglas Park neighborhood. While the $26 million facility is now the largest brewery in Chicago, for Lagunitas it was simply the smartest way to add more capacity. Complete Story
 
Students work on research project at Fargo Brewing(July 21) - A group of Columbia University MBA students touring the country this summer to help small businesses improve their products chose a Fargo company partly because they liked the brand and partly because they could do their research in a tap room. Nothing says more about a city than its craft beer, said Elizabeth Pfieffer, one of four researchers who spent the last week at the Fargo Brewing Co., named for North Dakota’s largest city. Complete Story
 
Ten Truckloads of Beer Stolen as Germany Celebrates World Cup Win(July 18) - As national euphoria gripped Germany on Tuesday with the arrival of its world champion soccer team, an apparent crime in the Rhineland served as a reminder that all was not well. Unidentified thieves, the police said, had spent the weekend stealing 10 truckloads of beer. Complete Story
 

Sierra Nevada Brewing celebrates new brewery with ‘Beer Camp’ road trip across America
(July 17) - Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. has been the Sacramento beer drinker’s gateway craft brew for more than three decades. I don’t know how many times I’ve heard someone tell me that, for some reason, they ordered a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale at a bar instead of a Bud or Coors. Complete Story
  
Sampling beer easier in VT with new law(July 18) - Jay Lafountain was fined $200 for allowing a row of beer samples to be served at his Vermont Taphouse restaurant in Williston. Now, a new law allows him to do so legally. With the sold-out Vermont Brewers Festival on tap for this weekend and Vermont's stature in the beer world growing by the day, Gov. Peter Shumlin highlighted the new law Thursday in the beer garden of the Farmhouse Tap & Grill in Burlington. Complete Story

Point Brewery Medals at U.S. Open Beer Championship(July 17) - Stevens Point Brewery poured two gold medals, a silver and a bronze into its trophy case at the 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship. Point St. Benedict’s Winter Ale, the brewery’s winter seasonal, earned gold in the Bock/Maibock category. Ciderboys Peach County Apple Peach hard cider, a summer “fruitful pairing” from Point’s Ciderboys Cider Co. division, grabbed the gold for the specialty cider/perry category in the U.S. Open Beer Championship’s first-ever hard cider judging while Ciderboys First Press traditional hard cider snagged silver in the English Cider category. Complete Story
 

Ex Novo Brewing, a Non-Profit Brewery, Open Now in Portland(July 16) - First, there were non-profit bars; now, the doors have swung open at North Portland's new non-profit brewery. Ex Novo Brewing Co. officially debuted last week on N. Flint Avenue, brewing beer on-site for its 50-seat brewpub (founder Joel Gregory notes the brewery's fermenters sit about eight feet away from the start of the bar: "There's no question we brew beer here"). Complete Story

 
Upland Brewery dominates Indiana competition(July 16) - Bloomington’s Upland Brewery has swept the top awards in the professional division of the Indiana State Fair Brewers’ Cup competition. The fair announced Monday that Upland was named the Indiana brewery of the year and grand champion brewery of the year during the competition last weekend. It also won best of show for its “VinoSynth Red,” which also won the Belgian and French ale category. Complete Story
 
Meet FOX31 Denver’s Colorado Brewery Cup winner, City Star Brewing(July 15) - On Monday morning, Dan Daru arose bright and early to give took us a tour of City Star Brewing in Berthoud, winners of FOX31 Denver’s inaugural Colorado Brewery Cup. In the pair of segments, Daru chatted with brewery owners John and Whitney Way about winning the World Cup-style tournament, in which breweries survived and advanced based entirely on votes from you, the viewer. Complete Story
 
Brewery boom marks bright spot in N.M. economy(July 15) - That frosty tide of smooth, golden brown craft beer has finally come in, and it’s helping to quench this drought-stricken state’s thirst for jobs and economic development. Dozens of microbreweries and taprooms have popped up around New Mexico in recent years, the state’s universities and colleges are developing fermentation science programs and other classes aimed at the brewing industry, and local brew masters are bringing home some of the most coveted international accolades for their creations. Complete Story
  
GABF Tickets will be available July 30, 2014 at 12:00 pm(EDT) via Ticketmaster(July 14) - From October 2-4, beer lovers will convene in Denver for the annual Great American Beer Festival® (GABF). GABF is America’s premier beer festival and competition, and an opportunity to toast the world’s most diverse brewing nation. Tickets will be available for purchase to the general public online on July 30, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. MDT/12:00 p.m. EDT via Ticketmaster.com.
 

Monks start brewing beer to keep abbey open
(July 14) - For more than 60 years, the Trappist monks at St. Joseph's Abbey had relied on jams and jellies to support their monastery and community work in Spencer, Mass. But a few years ago, they realized the "expense line was rising at a faster rate than our income," said Friar Issac. Complete Story
 
Revered beer ages in a bomb shelter(July 11) - Brasserie Cantillon, the highly regarded Belgian brewer, has come up with an unusual venue for aging its beloved lambics: a bomb shelter. "The idea to start this project came to me when I visited a Champagne house," brewmaster Jean Van Roy says. "They had great cellars, with bottles aging in beautiful conditions. I wanted to do the same with Cantillon." Complete Story

Full Sail sues law firm for trademark infringement(July 11) - According to the filing, Full Sail has been selling beer under the trademark "Session" by "showing the word SESSION inside a distinctive shield logo, using a distinctive font, often with a red background and with a grey outline" since 2005. Full Sail alleges The Sessions Law Firm has been marketing itself to beer drinkers using the words "Sessions Law" inside the same "distinctive shield logo, Complete Story

Colorado keeps adding breweries – including a couple in the ‘burbs this weekend(July 11) - The Brewers Association counted 204 Colorado breweries – those that are confirmed to be open, operating and selling beer. A year earlier, the number stood at 165, out of a total of 2,538 breweries nationally. The number of breweries in active planning in Colorado is jaw-dropping: 166. Complete Story
 
U.S. craft brewery numbers cross 3000, most since 1800s(July 11) - The American brewing industry reached another milestone at the end of June, with more than 3,000 breweries operating for all or part of the month (3,040 to be precise). Although precise numbers from the 19th century are difficult to confirm, this is likely the first time the United States has crossed the 3,000 brewery barrier since the 1870s. Wieren (1995) notes that the Internal Revenue Department counted 2,830 “ale and lager breweries in operation” in 1880, down from a high point of 4,131 in 1873. Complete Story

Harpoon Brewery to become employee-owned(July 11) - The Harpoon Brewery, founded in 1986 on the Boston waterfront by Dan Kenary and Rich Doyle, said Thursday that it will become an employee-owned company as of Aug. 1, with Doyle handing over the role of chief executive to Kenary. Several of the Boston-based brewer’s shareholders sold 48 percent of its stock shares to an Employee Stock Ownership Plan, or ESOP, a kind of trust account for employees. Complete Story
  
Sneak Peek: New Sierra Nevada Brewery about to open(July 11) - The new Sierra Nevada Brewery in Western North Carolina is not open to the public yet, but it's already tapping into the local economy and creating new jobs. The bottling has already begun. The new brewery in Henderson County makes Pale Ale, Torpedo Extra IPA and seasonal and specialty brews. Complete Story
 

Worcester's Wormtown Brewery takes top honor in the 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship
(July 10) - The Wormtown Brewery beat out powerhouses of the brewing world such as Samuel Adams, Stone Brewing, Yuengling and Saranac Brewing to take home the title of Grand National Champion in the 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship. “We try our best to make the best beers we can and to get that recognition on the national level is icing on the cake," said Wormtown Brewery Master Brewer Ben Roesch. Complete Story
 
Carnival Cruise Lines to start pouring Cigar City brews
(July 10) - Beginning July 13, when you sidle up to a bar on one of Carnival Cruise Lines' Florida-based ships, you’ll be able to order up a Cigar City. Thirteen Carnival ships sailing from five Florida ports will serve cans of Cigar City Florida Cracker Belgian-Style Ale and Invasion Pale Ale. Complete Story

Columbus, Ohio tries to attract California’s Stone Brewing Co. for brewery, restaurant
(July 10) - Mayor Michael B. Coleman was spotted in southern California this week, and his time there might mean something delicious is on the horizon for Columbus.The city is apparently in the running for a $31 million brewery, restaurant and distribution hub that Stone Brewing wants to build in the eastern United States. Complete Story
 
Warrior brewers: U.S. Army veterans launch Service Brewing, Savannah's latest craft brewery
(July 10) - The distinct smell of boiling malts and hops drifted throughout the nearly 30,000-square-foot warehouse space on Indian Street just west of downtown Savannah.  “We’re looking good,” Sartin said Tuesday as he readied Service Brewing Co.’s first batch of Compass Rose IPA. “It’s really pretty. It’s cleared up real nice.” Complete Story
    

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U.S. Open Beer Championship Announces Medal Winners - Wormtown Brewing Takes Home Top Honors
(July) - Breweries from Australia to Iceland sent in more than 3,000 beers and ciders representing 81 different categories for the 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship, the only brewery competition to include professional breweries and award-winning home-brewers. Today, judges from England, Canada, Finland and the U.S. announced the winners. Complete Story

The Dogfish Inn Opens in Lewes, DE
(July 9) - The Dogfish Inn embraces modern style and convenience while celebrating a bygone era of family vacations, big cars and endless summers. Designed by Studio Tack in Brooklyn, N.Y., the inn features 16 rooms filled with thoughtful, beer-centric amenities and design elements. Complete Story

Great Lakes Brewing Honors State's 25 Astronauts With New Beer
(July 9) - The oldest microbrewery in Ohio is tapping into the state's connection to space history to offer a "bold yet balanced" tribute to the Buckeye astronauts. Great Lakes Brewing last week launched its new seasonal, "Spacewalker American Belgo," a Belgian-style ale. Complete Story

Reuben’s Brews named “top 10 brewery” at 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship
(July 9) - Reuben’s Brews came out a winner at the 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship. The Ballard brewery tied for 4th place on the list of “Top 10 Breweries 2014” and was awarded four medals – gold for the Roggenbier, silver for the American Brown and Auld Heritage, and bronze for the Dry Irish Stout. This is Reuben’s second Top 10 finish in the competition in as many years. In 2013, they placed 6th. Complete Story

Daytona Brewing Co. is latest craft brewery to open locally
(July 9) - Volusia County just over a year ago had zero craft beer breweries. It now has four, with at least two more on the way.Daytona Beach Brewing, which opened July 1, is the area’s newest brewery. Alan Fawcett, owner of Daytona Beach Brewing Co., drew from his life savings to open his brewery/taproom at 482 Fentress Blvd. in Daytona Beach. Complete Story

Colorado Brewery Cup Champion: City Star Brewing
(July 9) -A huge congratulations is due to City Star Brewing, the winners of the inaugural Colorado Brewery Cup! City Star Brewing may be relatively new, having just opened in 2012, and relatively small being located in Berthoud, which has a population of just over 5,000. But they emerged out of a tournament that featured each and every one of Colorado’s 200-plus breweries. Complete Story

Central New Mexico Community College Planning Brewery Academy
(July 5) - Central New Mexico Community College could eventually be home to a new Brewing Academy, as early as spring of 2015. CNM is in the preliminary planning stages of the process, citing the growing brewing industry and consequent demand for skilled workers as a reason for development. Complete Story
  
Whetstone Station Brewer finds ingredient, inspiration in stream
(July 5) -You can get a couple of people to carry 100 gallons of water out of the woods once, but not twice. That's one of the things Brattleboro brewer Tim Brady discovered when he made two beers — Fort Dummer Summer Ale and Molly Stark Dark — using water from state parks in southern Vermont. Complete Story
 
Sierra Nevada opens NC brewery with big beer festival
(July 3) - Sierra Nevada is opening its new brewery in Western North Carolina next month with the ultimate Southeastern beer festival.The event – with 125 Southeastern breweries and many special collaborations – will showcase the growing craft beer scene in the Southeast led by North Carolina’s burgeoning industry. Complete Story

InBev Buys Brewery Where Budweiser Name Began
(July 3) - Anheuser-Busch InBev bought a small Czech brewery, seeking to bolster the company's claim to use of the Budweiser brand as it fights a Czech contender. The world's largest brewer by volume, AB InBev took over Pivovar Samson AS, spokeswoman Karen Couck said Wednesday. Complete Story

 
At long last, Brewery Becker opens its doors in Brighton, Michigan(July 3) -A four-year, multimillion-dollar effort to refurbish one of Brighton’s oldest buildings into a brewery came to life Thursday. Brewery Becker had its grand opening at 500 W. Main St., the former Western House Hotel. The three-story brick building was built in 1873 and was known as the “pink hotel” because it was once was covered in pink siding. Complete Story

 
Founders Brewing expansion will double size of Grand Rapids company, CEO says
(July 3) - If you thought Founders Brewing Co. had gotten big in the last couple years, wait until you see it next spring. By May 2015, the Grand Rapids brewery plans to complete a $25 million expansion project that will double its beer-making capacity to 600,000 barrels. Complete Story
 

Social Media Helping Level the Playing Field for Craft Breweries
(June 30) - Craft breweries have produced scores of award-winning beers over the years and according to the Houston Chronicle, will garner sales of over $7 billion nationwide in 2014. But just having a tasty ale or lager is no guarantee these days for long-term business success as the gigantic ad/marketing budgets of the major breweries can drown out craft breweries attempts to snare market share. Complete Story

USA Vs. Belgium: If The World Cup Were Played In Beer
(June 30) - Beer makers pray for a fruitful summer(June 30) - The Americans have the spunk, the vigor and a willingness to try anything. The Belgians have the art, the creativity and the tradition of world-class success. We're not just talking about their looming World Cup matchup here. We're also talking about beer. The topic of beer and the World Cup is now bubbling around in the highest offices of the two nations. Complete Story
 
Beer makers pray for a fruitful summer
(June 30) - Beer makers pray for a fruitful summer(June 30) - This week is crunchtime for the U.S. beer industry, which could badly use a summer pick-me-up. Roughly a third of beer sales in the U.S. take place between Memorial Day and Labor Day, often making or breaking the year. The most critical week is that of July Fourth, when sales traditionally are 30% to 40% higher than the average week, according to industry estimates. Complete Story 
 
Seven Arrows Brewing coming to Virginia this fall
(June 30) - Seven Arrows Brewing Company, a microbrewery will open at 2508 Jefferson Highway just outside the Waynesboro city limits and plans to be up and running in late October to early November. The owners, Melissa and Aaron Allen, have home brewed for years, and Arron, the brewmaster, has a bachelor's in chemical engineering and has pursued formal brewing certification with the Institute of Brewing and Distilling. Complete Story
 

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Men turn passion for beer brewing into Ankeny business in Iowa(June 30) - A film producer, a graphic artist and an information technology executive traded in their day jobs last March to submerge themselves in barrels of beer.The three, all former hobby beer brewers, have taken a passion and turned it into a business. Firetrucker Brewery will open July 4 in the old firehouse in Ankeny's Uptown district. The brewhouse and tap room is just the first step in the men's plan to brew, can and distribute their Firetrucker beer locally and regionally. Complete Story

 
New Baerlic brewery opening in Portland, OR
(June 30) - A new brewery, Baerlic Brewing Company open this past weekend. The grand opening launched five standard Baerlic beers: Invicible IPA, Noble Oatmeal Stout, Cavalier Classic Cream Ale, Primeval NW Brown Ale and Ultra Summer Ale (USA). In addition, as a result of playing with fruit, coffee, bourbon, cocoa, nibs and beech wood, the brewery will release up to six one-off Baerlic beers. Complete Story

 





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Top 10
Ales & Lagers
in the USA

Golden Ale
Blonde Ale
English Summer Ale
English Pale Ale

English IPA
Imperial IPA
Bitter
ESB
English Mild Ale
 English Brown Ale
Porter
Stout
Oatmeal Stout
Imperial Stout
Old Ale 
Barley Wine
Scottish Ale
Strong Scottish
Irish Red Ale
American Amber
American Pale Ale
American IPA
American Brown Ale
German Alt
German Kolsch
German Wheat
German
Hefeweizen
Belgian Saison
Belgian Ale
Belgian Abbey Ale
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American Light Lager
American Pilsner
American 
Premium Lager

Amber Lagers
Bohemian Pilsner
German Pilsner
Munchner Helles

Munchner Dunkel
Marzen
Oktoberfest
Schwarzbier
Bock
DoppleBock


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American Cream Ale
American Wheat
American specialty wheat

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Pumpkin beer
Herb and Spice beer
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